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Location - where is Vintage Resort Hotel

• located next to the village gondola which takes under 2 minutes into Winter Park Village and puts you within 100m of the lifts • 5 minutes walk into village in the evening when village gondola is not operating - or you can use the free village shuttle

Overview - hotel description - Vintage Resort Hotel description

The Vintage Hotel is within Winter Parks new ski resort village and although it’s 200 metres from the village centre and ski lifts there is a gondola which runs right from the hotel to keep walking to a minimum. The big rooms are all decorated to a high standard, with the loft rooms ideal for families. A good American restaurant, pool and hot tub mean if you don’t want to leave the hotel you don’t have too, but the rest of the restaurants and bars in the ski resort centre are within easy walking distance once your ski boots are off.

Facilities - Vintage Resort Hotel features

· restaurant and tavern on site · cosy library with fireplace and pool table · outdoor pool · hot tub · sauna · ski storage · resort shuttle service · 118 rooms

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

have a bathroom with private bath, shower, WC, tea/coffee maker, haidryer, safe and satellite TV.
Hotel rooms - sleep 2-4: With two queen beds
Studio - sleep 2-4: With two queen beds, a kitchenette and fireplace.
Kitchen studio loft room - sleep 2-4: With one queen sofa bed in lounge, queen bed in loft with spiral staircase and a kitchenette

Meals - food and drink in Vintage Resort Hotel

We update Vintage Resort Hotel's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Winter Park - about holidays in Winter Park - about ski holidays in Winter Park - about ski holidays in Winter Park United States

7 interlinked ski areas Peaceful, authentic town Easy transfer from Denver

Despite world class terrain, a reputation as a fantastic family destination, being super close to Denver and having the best 10 year snowfall in Colorado, Winter Park has managed to remain down to earth. Fending off the glitzy, commercial nature associated with other resorts in the area, it lets the quality of skiing and terrain do the talking.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Beginners Families Groups

Winter Park webcam

Snow Report: Top N/Acm, Bottom N/Acm

Snow Forecast: 13cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 77.5cm

Winter Park trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Denver International Airport94 miles, 1 hour 45
Grand County Airport21 miles, 30 mins
Region:USA, Rocky Mountains
First opened:1940

Winter Park lift pass price last reported as $277 - $496 (adult 6 day pass). Ask for a quote when booking Vintage Resort Hotel.
Night skiing: No
Winter Park has N/NE/NW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - April.

Town altitude: 2,743m
Top of slopes: 3,676m
Bottom of piste: 2,743m
Vertical drop: 933m
Total length of trails:143 runs
Longest piste:4.9 miles
As the longest continuously running ski resort in Colorado, Winter Park is steeped with history with a mining and timber background serving the close city of Denver. Owned by Intrawest, who until recently were responsible for the monolithic success of Whistler and currently run Steamboat and Mont Tremblant, this resort has managed to gain lots of popularity over recent years. With the Mary Jane side acquiring an offbeat following for its moguls and a reputation as one of the best resorts for families in the wo...
The skiing is some of the most versatile around thanks to the 7 interconnected areas, each with their own personality and style. Ski bumps or groomers in the morning before moving to some chutes over lunch and finishing with some tree runs at the end of day. The ski school is a brilliant place to pick up the basics or hone skills. Typically, the Winter Park area is the best for beginners, housing the most green runs - you can ski the whole way down from the Hi-Lonesome Express to the village on beginner runs. ...
Whilst the town is known for its family friendly feel, this isn’t to say you won’t find a good night out, it just means you have to know the best places. The Cheeky Monk is at the bottom of the slopes and is perfect for rolling into in your ski boots, with a huge variety or draft beers as well as good food. The Freestyles Sports Bar has games like foosball, shuffleboard and darts to keep you entertained and add a bit of competition to you après session. Ullr’s Tavern is a great local’s favourite with live m...

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